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Four jailed in UK for using benefits and charitable donations to supply terrorists in Afghanistan

Four members of a British terrorist cell used their dole payments and charity donations to buy and send kits to terrorists fighting British troops in Afghanistan.

The men, who were all jailed today, bought laser range finders, night sights, blank DVDs for suicide bombers to record their wills - and even balaclavas from Lidl.

Mohammed Nadim, 29, was jailed for three years and Shahid Ali, 34, and Shabir Mohammed, 30, were sent to prison for two years and four months.

They pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey in London to supplying equipment such as computer parts, mobile phones and camping gear, to terrorists abroad.

A fourth man, Abdul Raheem, 32, pleaded guilty to failing to disclose information on terrorism and was jailed for a year.

The four, all from Birmingham, were members of a terror cell run by Parviz Khan who was jailed for life last year for plotting to kidnap and beh

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Added: Mar-9-2009 Occurred On: Mar-9-2009
By: Panda07
Afghanistan, Middle East
Tags: UK, muslim, terrorists
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